People expect state and provincial government to provide them with quality services, while keeping taxes down. When the government is the biggest landlord – from outstate park buildings to complex urban centers – it means addressing multiple challenges. We can partner with you to effectively upgrade and manage your facilities, optimize and service equipment, and network systems.
Crumbling infrastructure, deferred maintenance and rising utility bills are taking their toll on corrections budgets. Phillip Lowery, director of state government at Johnson Controls, answers questions about the issues that are important in the corrections industry and how state governments are addressing them.
Citizens expect government facilities to run efficiently while providing them with the services they require. Phillip Lowery, director of state government at Johnson Controls, shares how these facilities are meeting demands for services while addressing efficiency, security and sustainability concerns.
The Indiana Department of Correction (IDOC) operates 25 facilities across the Hoosier state and is nationally recognized for its innovative programs and commitment to inmate training. In 2011, the American Correctional Association awarded IDOC its Golden Eagle Award, recognizing “the highest commitment to excellence in correctional operations and the dedication of these agencies to enhancing public safety and the well-being of incarcerated individuals.”